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Kevin Taylor

Should you own Zombie Apocalypse Insurance?

Should you own Zombie Apocalypse Insurance?: Four risk mitigation disciplines to get familiar with Zombie Insurance exists…yes really, if only as a marketing ploy for insurance shops. But it gives us a great reason to discuss the different types of

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Do I need life insurance?

Most likely yes.  Your financial and family situation will be the deciding factor. If you’re single, have a large amount of savings, and no dependents then life insurance may not be for you. The reason being, unless your savings cannot

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Peter Locke

Divorcing Women and their Unheard Financial Goals

Financial problems are one of the most cited causes of divorce and crafting a Divorce Financial Plan can be your best opportunity for a new start. The compounding stresses of money management and home economics can act as an accelerant for

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Kevin Taylor

Divorce Planning

Divorce Planning Divorce is frustrating, confusing, time consuming, draining both mentally, emotionally and financially Our approach to Divorce Planning: At InSight®, our CFP® professionals help advise clients on investment management, retirement planning, tax planning, insurance planning, estate planning, and education

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Kevin Taylor

How to Survive a Bear Attack? (Pt. 2)

Don’t Discard your Strategy During a Recession We own stocks for a very deliberate reason. These equities are inflation resistant, generate cash, and the good companies grow at a rate faster than the economy they are a part of. They

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Kevin Taylor

Is a U.S. Housing Market Crash Inevitable?

It is almost inevitable that housing correction is coming. Most of the upswing nationally in housing prices is caused by low borrowing rates. A mortgage payment is mostly made up of three different columns 1) Principle 2) Interest 3) Other

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Kevin Taylor

Divorce Playbook: Avoiding Financial Victimhood

The most common mistake person going through a divorce can make, is being uninformed about their joint finances before agreeing to divorce. If your spouse has always handled all of the financial decisions in your household; you may find don’t

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Kevin Taylor

The 8 Financial Musts when Considering a Divorce

Learn and document what you already have. First work to become familiar with what is known. List out every account that you have, its location, the current balance, if and how it’s invested, and what the liquidity situation is like.

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Peter Locke

The Rich Man’s Roth

Life Insurance…. Let me guess, was your first thought, “are you serious?” If so, don’t worry mine was too. How could life insurance be like anything like a Roth? When I was first presented with the idea that life insurance

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